In 1953, the Shah of Iran was reinstalled by a CIA organized coup against Iran’s Prime Minister, Mossadeq, to protect Rockefeller/Rothschild control over Iran’s oil from being nationalized.
British Petroleum (Rothschild) and Standard Oil (Rockefeller) controlled Iraq’s oil until the 1979 Iranian Revolution.
The Shah fled Iran and was eventually brought to the US by David Rockefeller.
Since Carter was David Rockefeller’s man in the White House, it seems very unlikely that Carter supported the overthrow of Pahlavi.
But, George H. W. Bush’s CIA negotiated with the Iranian revolutionaries on the release of a CIA man, not releasing American hostages until after the 1980 election (in order to oust Carter), and later, to supply the Contras with guns (Irangate).
So, it often gets hard to say which side are the good guys and which are the bad guys.
In truth, they are all bad.
Carter now works with Habitat for Humanity. I imagine that he is using this to try to wash the filth of the Bushes and Rockefellers off of him, but it won’t work.
Carter went along with David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski’s plan to arm the Mujahideen, via the Bush/Rockefeller CIA, and that led to the deaths of 1 million people of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union, in a war which drained the Soviet economy, while the Rockefellers refused to subsidize it, like they did during the war in Vietnam.
The Rockefellers saved the Soviet economy as it armed North Vietnam against the US and 58,000 Americans were killed, by giving the Soviets massive amounts of money for leases on Russian oil fields.
The Rockefellers and Rothschilds were controlling the oil in the Russian Empire by 1888, in Baku, Azerbaijan.
But, Brzezinski lured the Soviets into their own Vietnam in Afghanistan, while the CIA funded the Mujahideen.
This ended the Soviet Union, but killed 1 million people of Afghanistan.
Brzezinski said that it was worth it.
This is all on Carter and his stint at Habitat for Humanity won’t get his butt into Heaven.